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8 THE OMAHA DAILY TJItH : Tl'l DAY , FEBRUARY 21 , 189,1
WE'LL ' USE ICE NEXT SUMMER
Board of Health Declares There Will Bo No
SOURCES OF OMAHA'S ' SUPPLY INSPECTED
\Vntcr nn < l Ion Chnnlcnllj- Analyzed Homo
Impnrltlm but Not IZnoiiKli tu Do
Iliirin Ili-rom nirndnlloni
nf Dr. Homer * .
At ft tnrctlnK of the Board of Health yes
terday afternoon Dr. Sotncrs submitted his
of what his investigations had re-
j to the jmrlty or Impurity of the Ice
harvested by the different companies of the
city. The result cannot full to bo satis
factory to the Ice men , and It settles all
question of the condemnation of any of the
product. The reports was received and or
dered flled by the board. It Is as follows :
I havu caused oliht nnalyncsof watcrand nlno
of Ice to 1)0 ) nmdo.nnd my it-port based upon
thOM ) examinations Is oxpicted to answer all
Important questions legardlng the Ice Minply
mid also tin-water supply , wollsevcepled , of
thin city As a result of the eaily and con
tinuous cold weather that wo have exper
ienced this winter mid the unusal amount of
mum that has covered the giound from the
outset of winter , It Is safe to Mate that our
present eiopof Ice Is linger and of a better
quality that nt any preceding petlod In the
history of the city.
I Thoie are two sources of Ice rontainlnatlon :
rlrst , from the Impurities contained In the
water Jtsolf befoio the ntocess of freezing
takes place , and second , from surface pollu-
tlonbolngcaiiledupon the leu aft T freezing
has commenced , eltlier by the Windsor othot
means , the second source being less during
thuDiOM-nt winter than ( luting a winter when
the temporatiiro has been more v.iilaliloln
ItH character In the dlicctlon of rupuated
flee/Ing and thawing.
Itogiirdlng the Impurities from the water
fcupply Itself The process of erystall/atlon Is
a puilfylng piocess , and as a result of this
inocess wo obtain a fair quality of Ice from a
voiy poor quality of wati-r. .Moio especially Is
this the case If there Is little or no agitation of
the water during the piocess of fiee/lng. Cut
( JIT lake Is a lit Illustration of this purifying
process. The water of this lake shown from
.Oi4 ! to.OO'Jpartsof ficonnimonla , .55 to 800of
nlbumlnold ammonia ( 150 per 1,000,000 being
tlm military limit , free ammonia bolng unlm-
poitanU and from 1)0.77 ) to ! 17 grains of Milld
mattei and ono gialn of cliloilno per gallon.
The Ice shows fiom .020 to .OH1 put Is of free
nmmonla , from 100 to 120 putts albuminoid
nmmonla per 1,000,000 patts and fiom 35 to 1
grain of solids poi g.illoiitliussho\v Ing that only
about llfly parts of the solids remain In the
Ice and one-sixteenth part of the albuminoid
umnionla , the free ammonia being slightly In
creased from Ninfaco contamlnytlon. The
water Is denominated "b'td quality , " whllo the
Ice Is pronounced as "fair quality for domes-
lie use , " the siiniDlu containing the least 1m-
jiiirlty being called u "good quality for domes
tic purposes. "
Tlio samples of Ice taken fiom Cut-off lake
V.DIO taken from the llrst , second and third
rrops fiorcn this winter , neatly all the lake
having In en cut ovoronco and a poitlon of U
twice , anil theio being at the prevent time a
third ciop on the lalioono foot In tlilcknoss.
'J'lioso examinations dcmonstiated the fact
quality of the that there was a graduation
In the dHTcicnt crops of Ice , the minimum
amount of Impurity being contained
In tlio llrst ciop , and so far as I ran ascertain
this Is the only crop harvested for domestic
U f , the packing companies alone hav Ing har-
vistcd a poitlon of the second crop. Itogard
lng the Impurities In the Ice , they como almost
wholly from the water Itself , there having
been no source of mirfaro contamination
worthy of note aside from the small amount
of free ammonia piovloii'ly referred to , which
must ha\o been catrled there by the winds.
Ucgaidlng the water and Ice taken from the
rosorvolrs at Hurt street pumping station and
tlio liver nt the Inlet plpu undone-half mlle
tibovotho station , an analysis was made of
three samples of water and Iho samples of | ce.
All these samples of Ice gave ovldenco of sur
face contamination after ficc/Ing , the most
dlieel evidence of the faet being the largo
nmount of free ammonia ( four to one ) , con
tained In the Ice n. " comp.tied with the water
from which It was frozen , anil the additional
fact that there Is a largo proportion
(7JJ ( ) , as much nlbumlnold nmmonla In
the Ice nscotnpaicd with the water fiom which
It AVIIS frozen. The source of the surface con
tamination In my opinion Is the Davenport
Btreet dump , possibly , lionovor , the proximity
lo the city may huvo something to do with the
matter , tlio Impurities being carried largely
by the winds und deposited on the Ice.
Trgubl'o With the \Vuter.
I examined ono sample of water direct from
the curient of the river where the stream has
remained open all winter. Also a sample from
a faucet at 4'3 ! North Tortloth street. The
water analysis Is as follows :
Trco Inold Solids
ammonia , ammonia. per gul.
Jllvcrwater 0-10 .070 30.04
Faucet water 028 .004 8.48
ing station 041 .123 20.74
The sample of river water was the puicst
TV-liter tluit 1 hu\u obtained from any source ,
nhllo the water from 1'ortleth and Cuss
ranked about midway between the rlvcrvvntcr
and Hint blreot leservolr water , llio latter
being the poorest of the three.
These examinations revealed the fact that
Missouri rhor water Is of first-class quality ,
that Hurt street resurvolr Is of fair quality ,
bulls contaminated from some souice , said
sonico being In my opinion land seepage ,
w'hllo the water taken from the faucet re
vealed the faet that nearly half of that sup-
lily came fiom Hurt stieot pumping station.
It Is only aslmplo act of fairness to state that
these examinations were made uta time when
thoservlco at 1'loienco was veiy soiloubly
l\amliiutlonof : ono sample each of water
and Ice from Spring lake at Ashland revealed
ft greater condition of Impurity In the water
than any I havocomo In contact with , while
the sample of Ice compared favorably with the
Ice harvested In thu Immediate vicinity of the
city , there being only one-tenth as much
albuminoid ammonia In the Ice as there Is In
thu water , thus demonstrating that Ashland
Ice , although frozen from n very Impure
quality of water , Is almost wholly free from
Burfitco contamination after fieezlng.
The Impurities In every sample ot lea exam
ined , with ono exception ( and that exception
is evidently due to some accidental cause ) ,
liavo fallen below the sanitary limit , and may
bo classed as "fair quality. " Tng Impurities In
nil samples of Ice examined , with three ex
ceptions , fall below what Is termed the "sus
picious limit" ( these three exceptions bolng ,
two of them the second and third crops from
Cut-off lake , none of which Is used for domes
tic purposes , the other being taken from the
river at a point where the Impurity must
have been duo to accidental cause ) , and are
denominated "good quality" by the chem
ist ! ! .
All the samples of Ice examined , with the ex
ception alluded to , aio purer than the water
from Hurt street pumping station. My con
clusions are :
1'Irst , I cannot recommend any wholesale
condemnation of Ice ,
Second , If the owners of CutOIT lake and
Bpilng lake wish to pteseive them as sources
of domestic Ice supply It will bo necessary to
cuard them well against all sut face wash and
thoroughly dredge the Impurities from the
bottom of the water at ftcquent Intorv uls.
Third , the D.ivenportstteet dump ought to
bo abandoned Immediately.
rourtb , llio Hurt stieet pumping station
should bo used only In case of emergency , and
como other prov Won should bo made forcuiei-
gencles at once.
Fifth , the MUsourl river U entitled to our
fullest conlldeneo as a soureo of water supply.
A petition with a lone list of signatures ol
property owners and business men was pre
sented , calling attention to the sanitary con
dition of the partly constructed union depot
building on Tenth street , and characterizing
It as a nuisance of the rankest kind , danger
ous to the public health , and everything out
pleasing to the passengers alighting at the
old shcu , Dr bomors was instructed to in
vestlgato the matter and report to the
board at the next meeting.
Bovoral now lulesfor the government ol
the board were adopted , ono empowering the
department to abate nuisances upon tin
property of nonresidents who ignore notice :
to do so themselves , the cost to bo chargei
to the proiwrty.
Street CU > inniIssIOKi > r Wlnspcar sent in i
suggestion of how to dispose of gurb.igc
which was received and filed , asho bean
failed to sco wherein the schema was prac
A Child 1:140) : ft
The pleasant favor , gentle action and sooth
liij ? affect of Syriiji of Figs , when In need o
n laxative , ami u the father or mother b
costive or bilious , the most gratifying result
follow It * nso ( so that It Is the best famll ,
remedy kuunii and every family bhould liav
Notice tu the 1'iilillc.
Wo tnko pleasure In minounclnp t <
our fi-lowls nnrt customers , thut Pro
Hlrschberfr , the eye expert t
Now York ntul St. Louis , Is now with ui
und can bo consulted nt our store cvor
day this week.
MAxMHYEltnito. ti Co.
Oeorjre Krnimn U 111.
Mrs Ocorpo Kennan writes from Wasl
D. C. , Uiat lw husband Is prostrate
with n low form of fever , and being now con
fined to his bed , will ho iinablo to fulfill his
lecture engagement in this elty on Thursday
evening next. Klio further saya that ho ox-
pcets to ho able to give the Omaha entertain
ment as soon after March T as the dates can
bo nrrntiKcd. Duo announcement of the
postponed date will bo given.
A I'opiilnr ItPinrdy for Colds.
Mr , J. 11. Copland of Meycrsdnlo , I'enn. ,
who has been engaged lu the drug business
In Kansas , Now Jersey , Florida , Now York
and Pennsylvania for thu past nineteen
years , says ; "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is the best selling cough medicine I have
over handled " 1'eopio who use this remedy
nroso much pleased with It that they recom
mend It to their friends and neighbors.
There is nothing better for a bad cold. It
icliovcstho lungs , preventing nny tendency
toward pneumonia. It Is also u pleasant
and safe mcdlclno for children. DO cent bottles
tles for sale by all druggists.
Gco. J. Paul , 100. " ) Fnrimm street , wants
an application for a lar o loan on busi
ness property tit 5 to G per eent interest.
Sco tlio celubinteu S'thiner piano at
Ford & Clmrlton Music Co. , 1503 Dodge.
rl.VA U lVl..Hi.Vl'S. .
Tlio novel , "Mr. H.irnesof Now York , " ex
ceeded in actual sale that of any book pub
lished. Next e.imo his "Mr. Pottwr of Texas. "
It was taken up tnoro ( illicitly , and Its
author's name was now established , and n
second sensational success was scored. Both
books wore dramntircd by Hunter with n i
success that is well known From a literary
standard "Mr Potter of Texas" is open to
criticism , but it Is full of character , dash ,
action , emphatic incidents .ind life , and fully
deserves the popular sucooss it has cnocd ]
the past two yeais since its original produc
tion in Now York. "Mr. Potter of Texas"
comes to the Fnrnam Street for live nights
commencing Sunday matinee , February ' 'O.
Mmc. Lillian Nordlca , the great Ameri
can prhna donna , assisted by Mine. Sofia
Scalchi , contralto , Miss Louise ICngel , mez/o-
soprano ; Hig. Italo Campanlnl , tenor ; Sig.
del Puonto , baritone ; ICmil Fischer ,
basso ; Isidore Luckstonc , pi. mist and musi
cal director , will give an operatic and mis
cellaneous concert at Boyd's new opera
house , Wednesday evening , March 1. Aside
from n selection of airs from grand operas ,
the Uigolctto quartet will bo sung , and
Mascagnl's "Cavalleria Itusticnnu * ' will bo
given. This opera has made a tremendous
sensation , and perhaps the strongest cast
procurable in the world will sing it hero.
This is the cast : S.mtuzza , Mine. Nordica :
TxDla , Mine Scalchi ; Lucia , Miss Engel ;
Turriddu , Sig. Campuninij Allio , Slg. del
Herrmann , aided by his pretty wife , Mmo.
Herrmann , will bo seen at Hold's tonight and
tomorrow night , w itli special matinee to
The Herrmann combination holds an unique
position on the boards of the American stage.
The man himself is a marvel. Ho has tra
versed cveri pait of tlio uncivili/cd as well
ns the clvill/ed globo. Ho has grown up in
his business from a boy. Ho speaks with
case all the modern languages , and half a
dozen besides of Asiatic and African dia
Two of Herrmann's great novelties this
year arc "Tarnraboomdca.v Done to Death and
'Yakoyo , " the Chinese mystery.
Among the merry entertainers that will bo
seen at Boyd's new theater this week with
the "Hopkins' Trans-oceanic Specialty com
pany" is Trowoy , the absolute master ; Melville -
villo and Stetson , topical vocalists ; the Alli
sons , dancers ; the brothers Dixon , Eng
land's famous musical clowns , the Hobctta
Zanfretta Pantomino troupe ; Nazzaris and
Thora , gymnasts ; Whittev and Leonard ,
Irish comedians ; Fulgora , Europe's greatest
transllgurator ; Mons. Strotti , direct from
the Conservitoiro of Paris. The aoovo en
tertainment is of the most refined order , and
as that sort of an organization is of a rare
occurenco in this city they will surely do a
big business , therefore the sale of seats is
now In order.
aonulno Actltlty lit Itcnl Estate.
The liberal proposition and terms of pay
ment offered by the North Galveston associa
tion to Investors , is rapidly bringing pur
chasers into tlio Hold. Thocnormousamounts
already expended in public improvements
such as street paving and grading , tree
planting and sewerage , public buildings ,
hotels , etc. , have rapidly enhanced the value
of property. Kveiy now factory or other
enterprise means n very healthy increase in
valuation. There never was n better time
than now to invest , as North Galveston ,
Tex. , is built upon a sure foundation. For
full particulars call on or address Franklin
F. Williams , First National bank , Omaha ,
Nob. , the local agent , or tlio North Galves
ton association , box U03 , Minneapolis , Minn.
No Antl-Pynno in Bromo-Seltzcr.
Cures all headaches. Trial bottle 10 c
VIOLATED NO LAW.
Judge Itcrliu Dlsmlriflus Mrs. Klnkeail with
Judge Bcrka rendered his decision yester
day in the case of the Park Avenue United
Presbyterian church agalast Mrs. Anna Kin-
The Judge declared that in the eyes of the
law Mrs. Kinkcad had not been guilty of dis
turbing the peace , because all the testimony
went to show that neither the meeting nor
any individual had been disturbed. Airs.
Kinkcad had merely offended the elders by
her nrcsenco. Consequently the defendant
Before dismissing Mrs Kinkcad the judge
gave her n so\cro lecture , saying that ho
considered her conduct almost shameful In
persisting to inflict her presence upon people
who had told her plainly that she was not
wanted. In closing , Judge Borka advised
Mrs. KinUead to keep away from that church
Ills I'nltliVoliroiiniloil. .
BISSEI.L , O. , Nov. 29,18'JU. I desire to say
that I have great faith in Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for the cuio of throat and
lung troubles ; also for croup. E. W. McCol-
lum. There is good reason why Mr. McCol-
lum should have confidence in this remedy.
It will euro a severe cold in less time than
any other treatment. There is nothing that
will loosen and relieve a cold so quickly. It
will not only cure croup , but If used as soon
as the first symptoms appear it will prevent
the attack. HO-vcnt bottles for sale by all
jonx c. J.M > 'H jtKTunx.
He Surrenders Himself to the Now York
NEW YonK , Feb. iiO.- John C. iCno , the ab
sconding president of the Second National
bankTwho has been n fugitive in Canada
since 1SS1 , returned to this city today and
surrendered himself. Ho appeared before
Commissioner Shields and was held in $ ! M ,
000 ball. The specific charge on which ho
was held is the misappropriation of $350,000
bolonglnglng to Arthur Dyott and Abraham
H. L. Morton.
The indictment found against Eno after
his absconding In IbSl contained nineteen
counts , and charges him with misappropria
tion of * 2,4l > 0,000 ,
The trial was fixed by Commissioner
Shields for the next term of the United
States criminal court , which w ill begin the
second week in March.
A slight cold , if neglected , often attacks
the lungs Brown's Bronchial Troches give
sure and immediate relief. Sold only ii
boxes. Price 25 cents ,
See Dentist Kolm , 4011 Barker b Ik
UP FOR A DIAMOND ROBBERY
Trusting Woman's OonGdcnco Shamefully
Abused by a Thlof ,
THIRTY PER CENT A MONTH THE LIMIT
Story of Usury Told In Court New Dlvorco
CIISOM Alleged Hoard.luniper lu-
dl.un Arrented Tor Selling
Tho'crlmlnal division of the district court
has taken up the trial of the case of the
state against Theodore G. Scott , who is
charged with grand larceny and larceny as
During the early part of January , n Mrs.
Howcll , residing on Capitol avcnuo , died ,
leaving considerable property , consisting of
lands , lots and Jewelry. As tlio story goes ,
she left diamonds of the valve of $ UK ) , which
according to her last wishes were turned
over to Uoso O'Ncil , to bo disposed of as she
might sco lit. After death the
body was removed to Maul's undertaking
rooms , where Scott soon called. He
was an old aciiualntanccof both Mrs. Howcll
and Hose O'Noil and as soon as ho learned
that the body of the dead woman had not
been consigned to the earth ho at once
\lslted the O'Neil residence , where ho in
formed Mrs. O'Neil that Maul would not
furnish the coflin unless the payment was
secured. Ho said that if he had the diamonds
mends ho could leave them as security and
the last sad rites could bo performed. Mrs.
O'Noil believed the talc and turned the
sparks over to Scott , but instead of leaving
them with Maul , ho placed them In a pawn
shop , from which they were subsequently
Aiii : < iis : USURY.
Suit ( IrouIiiK Out of the Itoil Cloud llniiK
I'n 1 1 u re.
Yesterday's drawing carfl in district court
was the case of O. C. Bell , receiver of the
First National bank of Hed Cloud , against
II. 1C. Stowe. Tlio suit is brought to recover
on a note for. $1331 ! , which the receiver al
leges was executed some two or three years
ago and is now long past duo and unpaid.
As a defense , Stowe claims that during the
summer of lbS7 ho borrowed some money ot
tlio bank , and fiom that time until the con
cern went to the wall , a couple of years ago ,
ho renewed the note every thirty days.
With each renewal the interest was added
to the'principal. until tlio interest amounted
to fiViH , or moro than the original debt. Ho
also claims th.it each month ho was com
pelled to pay usury upon the interest which
was added to the principal debt , sometimes
being squeezed at the rate of 10 , and some
times oO per cent per month.
In the I'edenil Court.
Mr. Martin Peabody , ono of the wealthiest
of the Omaha Indians , was brought in yester
day from the rescrvation.charged with selling
liquor to his fellow red men. Ho gave bond
for his appearance at the May term of court
and was released.
Mr. Turning Hawk , another Indian of the
Omaha tribe , who was brought in last Satur
day upon a similar charge , furnished bond
and was sent homo.
George Leach of West Point is under ar
rest for selling liquor to the Indians. Ho was
making an effort jcsterday to furnish an ac
ceptable bond and secure his release.
Bcrdina Miller has begun divorce procccd-
ngs against her husband , John S. , alleging
ruclty. Two years ago she went to Salt
. , ako and opened a hair dressing cstablish-
nent under the name of Mine. Bcrdina.
3ho alleges that when ho discovered her
vhercabouts ho began a system of persecu
tion to injure her business.
Fannie Acton has begun an action for di-
orco from Jacob Acton. She sots up nonsupport -
support and abusive language as a plea.
Frank P. Kitchcll , the young man who
las been In the county Jail several months ,
icld on the charge of defrauding the Arcade
lotel out of several hundred dollars , was re-
eased on bonds last night.
The call for today Is ns follows :
. LAW IIOOM J < O. 2 JUDOB SCOTT.
28-33B Olson vs Omaha Packing company.
28-308-Me70ttt vs Isli. .
20-77 Elslo vs Hoyd. sheriff.
29-100 Hanson vs Adams.
81-105 Gelst vs Missouri Pacific Hallway
31-119 Hurnott vs Oavanaugh.
31-14G-ICelloy vs Do Koboits.
31-18i Clayton vs Stonchlll.
81-101 1'helps vs Homo Klro Insurance
31-200 Krapoll vs Rocco ,
31-214 Holstolno vs Davis.
31-235 Talcott vs Stonchlll.
I.AVV ROOM NO. 3 JUUnU DAVIS.
20-159 Sargent vs Omaha Street Hallway
27-278-McMahon vs Miller.
27-300 Kolkennoy vs Omaha.
27-857 Appleton Chair company vs Glbbs.
27-3HO Omaha Driving Park association vs
28-3 Yolser vs Omaha Street Railway com
28-00 Gate City Ice company vs Crystal Ice
and Coal company.
28-105 Nowcomb Lumber company vs Has-
28-103-Itenedlct vs Davis.
28-104 Irwln vsSchall.
28-175 llnzelton vs Elliott.
28-190 Woods vs Murphy.
IAW HOOM NO. 4 JUIH1E FKIICIDSON.
C-118 LaClcde Klro llrlck Manufacturing
company vs Thompson.
8-331 Cunningham vs I'uller.
18-175 Cobui n vs Salisbury.
10-2-Iteed vs Itlco.
22-216-Moneark & Co. vs Wilkinson.
23-27 Emerson , Talcott & Co. vs Manna.
23-132 Mechanics and Traders bank vs
23-289-11 Illko vs Hollnian.
i.\vf noovt NO. 6 junnn OODEN.
25-340 Gosnoy Live StockCommlssloa com
pany vs Paddock.
27-263-Harbach vs Shields.
27-811 ( let/chmann vs Wjotti.
27-120 Kdwnrds vs Price.
EQUITY 11OOV1 NO , 0 JUDOK IIOl'EWELL.
29-180 Scott vs Maynard.
30-07 Stodelman vs Sullivan.
80-81 SwaiU vs gwuit/ .
30-153 Kolmer vs Helmer.
80-102 Thompson vs Nyco
30-220 Mosuiier vs Tanner.
80-230 Investors company vs Hanks.
30-329 Onniha Loan and Trust company vs
EQUITY ROOM NO. 7 JUIK1E IIIVINE.
29-184 Globe Loan and Trust company vs
29-223 Downs vs Down.
2-J-302 Uioh vs Helns. '
80-81 Shlpman vs French.
80-100 A vondet v s Cowln.
30-135 lliitchlnson vs Omaha.
80-141 Hosenbeiry vs Omaha.
80-101 Allen vs Cunningham ,
30-182 Cunningham vs Allen.
ChilliluliiH and Trust niton.
A few applications of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm will relieve the Itching and burning
sensation caused by frost bites and chil
blains. and its continued use soo" effects a
permanent cure. Pain Balm is also a sure cure
for rheumatism. 50-ccnt bottles for sale by
Frescoing and interior decorating designs -
signs and estimates furnished. Henry
Lohmann , 1603 Douglas street.
Preliminary to tlio Mlmlon.
Uov Mr Cropsoy of Rochester , by tholnvi-
ution of the bishop of the diocese , will hold
services tomorrow for the clergy of Nebraska
riie only 1'iue Creatn of Tartar Powder , No Ammonia ; No Alum
Hi in Millins of Homes 49 , Years the Standard *
at the ca thcd ml. The services will begin nt
0 n. in. , anil clmonl 5 p , m. A lunch will bo
served. AH the olergy of the diocese are
earnestly Invited to bo present.
Chronic coughs arc stupid Ix-irca and should
bo forced to use Dr. Hull's cough syrup , the
only Infallible remedy.
Special InlDoiiieiitlcn for Tiimilay >
On Tuesday AVO plnco on stilu 2 cn < < cs
yiml wide blouuhud muslin tit Co yard ;
only 20 yards' to ono customer.
Soft finish blenched muslin , Ojc , 7c ,
7Jc , 8JC | He nml llo ) ynrtl.
1 cuso 4.r-lneli blenched pillow cnslng ,
it's called the "Untidy" ntul it's a dandy
at 83e yard.
45-Inch "Dandy" pillow casing nt SJc
48-inch bleached or unbleached pillow
casing only lOe yard.
Half-bleached pillow casing , He , 12o }
and lee yard.
10-4 bleached or unbleached blicctlng ,
lletidy made Hheots and pillow ca cs.
nig stock on hand. All Ural-class mus
Pillow case , 12jc , 17o and lOo com
Host grade of sheets , COc and ( ie. ! )
Twilled shoots , largo si/.u , 8. > o.
Kemmants of double width sheeting at
prices lo cloho.
White Hhakor flannel , 4jc.
White wool llannel , 15c , 18c and 20c.
Outing ilannel , fie , 8c , lOo , 12cand } luc
Look at our imported ouling llannels ,
2o yard ; il's a bargain you lind only at
Haydens' . JIAYDEN BROS.
ArrlMil of the 1'rvHldent In Omiihu.
The renowned Oplhamologlst of
Now York and St. Louis has by special
request consented to visit Omaha for
ono week only. Prof. Ilirbc-bborg has
gained a world known reputation in this
country and abroad in consequence of
his original and sclenlilic methods in
connection with the adjustment of his
renowned unchangeable lenses , and all
those MilYoring from defective vision , no
matter from what caupo. will find it to
their interest to consult Prof. Hirschborg
nt Iho store of his agents , Max Meyer ifc
Bro. company. Remember , ono week
only , 20 to 25. Consultation free.
Annual Coiixentliin of Nebraska's
Taltrrt * In Omulm.
The Nebraska Photographers association
Is now holding its third annual convention in
this city. The association has a membership
of nearly 100 , including many of the leading
photographers of ttio state. Mr. Charles
Doughty of Norfolk is president , A. C.
Hull of Fremont llrst vice president , A.
W. Nclmrt of Klmwood second vice presi
dent , A. S. Smith of Crete treasurer and
Mr. S. Heyn of Omaha secretary.
The main subject of discussion nt this con
vention will probably bo the establishment
of a uniform scale of prices for first-class
work. It is the intention of the association
to adopt mcaures that will protect the
members against the encroachments of
cheap work from the hands of inferior pho
tographers. Speaking of the probable action
of the association in this regard a leading
member of the association said today that
ho thought tlio price for lirst class cabinets
would bo put at J8 and $ -1 per dozen and
small pictures nt $3 a dozen.
"Hccent improvements in the processes of
picture making , " said the manufacturer of
"counterfeit presentments , " "enable us to
make photographs at less expense than we
did nvo years ago. This is particularly true
with regard to the use of aristo paper. By
that process wo can print much faster than
wo could beforethis paper came into use , "
Some of the largest photocraphic supply
companies in the country are represented nt
the convention for the purpose of demon
strating the practicability of their lines of
goods. M. C. Scea of St. Louis , the well
known dry plate manufacturer ; the Cramer
Dry Plato company , also of St. Louis , the
American Aristo company of Jamestown , the
Eastman Kodak company of Rochester , Kil-
boin & Kurtz of Cedar Rapids , la. , and
Bradford & Rish of Brooklyn arc all repre
sented and each will claim a share of the at
tention of the convention. The meetings
are held in a hall over 1001 Parnam street.
The first session was held this afternoon at
2 o'clock , and there will bo two sessions to
At the afternoon session the roll was
called showing nearly all of the members pres
ent. There was also a scot oof photographers
who had not become members of the asso
ciation but were anxious to unite with the
A mild form of bowel complaint , popularly
known as winter cholera , mnuo its appear
ance recently at Farlbault , Minn. , and sev
eral other places. No apprehension need bo
felt from It. as a few doses of Chamberlain's
Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoua Remedy will
effect a cure in every case. For sale by all
druggists , x
The following marriage licenses were is
sued by County Judge Ellcr yesterday :
Name and address. Ape
I John Johnson , South Omaha 22
I Julia Hanson , South Omaha 29
j Carl Wcnthorford , Omaha 10
i Mary 1'lalo , Omaha 10
J Kred W. Uamlall , Iteatrlce , Neb 20
1 llertlo llrubaeher , lloatrice , Neb 20
j Victor Stlnqnost , Omaha 30
1 Caroline Olson , Omaha 20
You don't want a torpid liver ; you don't
ant't a bad complexion ; you don't want a
bad breath ; you don't want a headache.
Then use Do Witt's Little Early Risers , the
famous little pills.
Advantages Worth Considering It You Are.
( ioliiKto Wanliliigtan.
Low rates ; four daily trains from Chicago
cage ; fast lime ; no change of cars ; lirst-
elass bervieo. Tlio Pennsylvania lines
oiTor all these- inauguration visitors.
What more can bo desired ? Address II. R.
Dor ing , A. G. P. agent , 218 Clark street ,
Chicago , and got details about this pop
ular route to Washington.
A'otfcw of flre Hntt or leas under IMa head , fifty
ccnfx ; cacn artclltt'ififll Hue fen cents.
COONS Freddie , son of Mr. and Mrs II. It
Coons , ngcd 4 yunib , FebruaryID , , 1B93. Fu
neral fiom residence , 1341 > orth Twenty
.second , Tuesday , 2 p. in. February 21
Consult Prof. Hirschborg , the recog
nized St. Louis end New York eye expert -
pert , who will bo in Omaha , Neb. , Feb.
2O to 2B , at the store of Max Noyer &
Dro. Co , , end have your eyes fitted with
npair of his celebrated
Hawthorne's Literary Methods !
How the author of "The
Scarlet Letter" wrote his
books 5 his methods of com
1jri position , his best working-
jri III hours 5 the stories of his most
famous works. An inner
glimpse of Hawthorne's work
shop , as
Mrs. Rose Hawthorne Lathrop , in a notable
article which will be
published during the year
in THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL.
Send One Dollar for One Year to
The Curtis Publishing : Company , Philadelphia
Are those ignorant pretenders who ,
without tiny qualifications , any ability ,
any experience , any skill , claim to
possess the power to cure nil the ills of
the human race. But their want of
worth soon becomes apparent to their
would-bo dupes , and these conccience-
lossquacks are soon consigned to the
oblivion they so richly merit.
In strange and strong1 coutrastwith
these miserable boasters is the quiet ,
dignified yet courteous demeanor of
hose noted loaders of their profession ,
Who , during the past 27 years , have
abundantly demonstrated their ability
to effect speedy , perfect and permanent
cures in all the worst forms of those delicate -
icato sexual maladies embraced within
the general terms of
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Send 4 cents for their illustrated now
book of 120 pages , "Know Thyself. "
Consultation froo. Call upon or ad
dress , with stamp ,
Drs. Beits & Betts ,
119 S , 14th Street ,
Cor. Douglas St' ,
OMAHA , - NEB.
I Jiorpmiie Ilublt Ciiren In
to UG tiayt. Ho pay uuUITU
I 11 r. J. ftlvuUvu * . Lebanon.
® cnnhlothoilvsiicptlo o cntilmtcrr (
ho uNhcH. Tlu-y nuiho Uio food loim-
. - . slinllntoniKl iKiurlsli tin ) lioily , K ! > " /
O nppt'tltn mill < li < iul ( > i > flesh. I'rlco , 5
cents. Kxurt uUo shiiw 11 In Inn clcr.
AND HOW TO
i ! A medical work that tells the causes , describe
< tbe effects , points the remedy. Siluiitlllnallr thn <
imost , valuable , urtlitlfally the must beautiful , '
' < medical Imolc ever published ; 6pagesevery <
IIIIAKO hearing a halt tone Illustration In tints. ' ,
J Fmbjeeti treated : Ncrv ou Uelilllty , Iinnotencj , ' i
Hterlllty , Development. Varlcocelo. Ttio Husband - '
band , Those Intending JInrrlugc , etc. , '
EverymanuhauxntlilknnwthedrandTruthi , < , '
the Plain I'acti , the Old Srcrctt and Kew Ilil- > .
corerietofMtdlcal Science ai applied lo J/ar-5
ritd Life , who irou/il / atone for iiast folllet
and avoidfuturetittfalli , thould urlle far tMi
WONDntl UI. LlTTLK HOOK. _
It will bo sent free , under ural , while tliuedl ' ,
tlon lasts. AddrrRsthepubllihrrs ,
ERIE MEIIIOAI < CO. , Ilullalo , N.Y.
We liave n full supply of
fnatlcal Tpstf'viine'ptS ]
fSi Tfaolpg < 31ofh |
pods , Clialps , Uev-
. --a , ! , Squares. Illus-
tratcd Catalogue free.
114 South 15th .Street ,
IIAVMOM ) ,
Docs Your Husband Wear a Walcli ?
If he does not , or has an old turnip ' .hen get
him up in style with latest designs in gold watches.
No more b'g ' clumsy pocket clocks , but time pieces
that are neat , nobby and not costly.
FIFTEENTH AND DOUW.AS , OMAIM.
I81G Street , Omaha , ATeb.
Tlio eminent specialist In norvoin. chronic , prlvnlo , bland , ckln nnrtiirlnirr illaeasoi. A rtvulir xn
rcfflftlurcd pr&iltinio n meaicino. as dlplnmn and norlltlcato * sliowr Is nillltru itlni with tli i grdttsic vj a-
cues catarrh , lost manhood namlnal waiknoii , nltfht losjoi und Bit form * of prlvntl dljoii.i , Noinircu-
ry used. Now treatment for loss of vital iioiror. 1'urtloi unnblo tu vlsli ma nur bj troi'.jl nt houu Dr
currospondoncD. Medicine or Instruments Haiit lijr mirt or otprun ijcurol ) pact.il , no in r i to In lla via
contents or Dondor. OtiQpurJontllnturvljtvprefjrra I Cjuiultitlon frji Corrjip > .ilu laaitrlctlr prl T ata
Uoou ( Mysterleaof l.tfo uiu frcj. oillcoliuuriUn m tiUpm duiuliyuIO.i.ui tulim. d nlstinpfori
fiend an n two-cent Rtntnp for fall pnitlpt-
lurs , which uro miillcilln n pliiln oiiieli > i > ii.
All correspondence iluno In thu utmost pri
vacy. A < U Ice free. l > ou't tlvluy , but urlto
to ug to-day.
WE HBiKSC Prlvntr , Nervous , Clironlo
Wt UjJetE ilUfiiHe * , IViimlo YV'cult-
nosst/s. Men uiul'tVtuncn iniulo Ntronc by n
study nf Uinr particular trouble. Tluifc
inilllsinilit olooddUoiif.c pprinilMCiitly cured
without tlm mo of Mercury. Wo ulwuyn
Furnishes Ilio Bcsl and Chcaposl Method o !
Write for catalogue of Lntlilugi
Btnhlo rixttlrcii , etc.
N. W. KVPANIM5I1 MUTAT. CO. ,
No. 403 Twenty Sixth S * . CHICAGO
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
THE RENOWNED COAL SAVER
Paves one qiinrtor of jrour coal bill , provi-nli oot
and clndom , destroys coiil KIIS , produces perfect
combustion Keeps boiler Ham clean m > iko hot
tire In tlvo minutes , ncti cquallr wo11 ° hard us on
soft coal ono packniio costlnu''ft cents lusunlclont
to treat ono ton of coal Kor further Information
call on or addrois with stamp ,
L. S. ELI.3WORTH & CO. ,
400 S. 13thS. Omnhn.Nob.
Wtat Brand is m pr Collar ?
IS IT THE
It ought to bo , ii * you wear a
2O-cont collar ; for this brand of
collars is the very best value to
Watch our advertisements next week.
CLUETT. COON 4 , CO ,
IB imenrpiB ! " > il In the
treatment of all
PP'YATE ' DISEASES
And Oliorderi of Mbn
"iVriUi for plrciilars
mi J qunutlon Ibt frro.
14th nnd Vnrnom Bt9 , ,
NEW lloniiiinn ,
TIIEATUIl Tlio Oroatv
Tuesday , Wodnosclay EvonlnKs ,
Grand ( pcclalMntlnco Wnshlnn'toir lllrtlijnr ,
FEBRUARY 21 , 22.
In his Inlinltauli ) entertainment Including Ilia
Done to Death.
Tins o/i/A'/isK _ "V"A-
Anrt n boquot of novelties Prices Kvenlnit JI.50 ,
II , Tic ; We nmllncuil. ' 'c We , We Thu sale of scuta
will upon at V oVIoi'k Monilii ) nuinnni ;
NEW ( it ( ! u UUOI )
THEATRE SCAT for .Wo
co. , iuviri : ) HY
run h/vumvr / :
AM ) MOST
ncriNi.i ) VAKinrv uo. IN TIIK WOULD.
loirr\ ! oil to nil parts of tliu Mouse ,
Beats ' 1 hursday inornliiK , I'rltef 1 lr t UoortOo ,
75c anil II. balcony Mle and 7.r > c ; nailery J5e.
FflRNflM Sf. THEflTER ,
Mko Homo All Hoadi l.uail to the Home of Success
ii , "A piJsv PAV. "
Kvoryth nK hrlKht and sp'irl.lliiB. Wmlne * .
ilityIiitlni' ni > ) rent in inn ilii'.nrrUB cents.
Omaha's Newest HotoS
COR. J2TH AND HOWARO STS.
(0 Itooms at II.J1 per diy.
tOJIooms nttlOJ per ilir.
( Olteomi mill Hath nt M J ) pir dtr
10 lloomi with Hath ntt4.i ) to MS ) inr ilir
Jloiloiu In liriiry Itesprct.
C. S. ERB. Prop.
Tno only liotol In the olty with liot and cold
witter , nii'I ' strtiiii boat lit every room
Tubi ! ) und dlnlnx tooin urvlco uuaurut39cd. :
BATES $2.50 TO1.00. .
tfocclnl rates on upiillcnlloii.
D. SILUOWAY.p. Pro
MLli BllUUndll the train ot
EVlHiViKNKS9K : < > , DKUII.inr , Km , that J
cornpanr thoin in men QtlU'KI.V and I'KUJIA.
SiKJTI.V } "l Hi : Kiill irilKNOTH nd ton.
filtin to ovary pnrtotthaliodr I will iooJ (
curoly ric < ( ) VllHIS i-jnny sutfurur lUa preicrlp.
lion that euro 1 ma of tliosa tril.itilji. AJJrjn , u.
A. IllUDI.KV iurri.t CIICCK MICU
OUR EMPLOYMENT" .
vflille coitltiz tlio employer mid employe *
ncjthliu' . bun nnublod in lo ndvaiioo tbe Inter'
evti of botli , and itUo our own , by tecurlnt
bolter resiittn with tno niaolilno.
Wyckoff , Seaman & Benedict
TELUI'UO.NB 1TW , W
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